Don’t reinvent the wheel:resources to support the teachingof information literacy andacademic skills acrossthe curriculum....
Outline for this session
Skills@Library pre 2010:
Leeds University Library 2010 Academic Skills Strategyhttp://library.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/AcademicSkillsStrategy.doc
Quick discussion points     1. What academic (including information        literacy) skills do students in your        ins...
How can you help develop student skills?    All freely available to use or adapt as needed
Lecturer Webpages: examples of use
Demo and exploreFollow this link to explore thepages yourself:http://library.leeds.ac.uk/skills-lecturers
Quick discussion points     1. Would you/have you considered making        your teaching resources freely available?     2...
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Schneider - Don’t reinvent the wheel: resources to support the teaching of information literacy and academic skills across the curriculum

  1. 1. Don’t reinvent the wheel:resources to support the teachingof information literacy andacademic skills acrossthe curriculum.Michelle SchneiderSkills@Library, University of Leeds
  2. 2. Outline for this session
  3. 3. Skills@Library pre 2010:
  4. 4. Leeds University Library 2010 Academic Skills Strategyhttp://library.leeds.ac.uk/downloads/AcademicSkillsStrategy.doc
  5. 5. Quick discussion points 1. What academic (including information literacy) skills do students in your institutions need to develop? 2. Are there skills they lack? 3. Do academics engage with academic /Information literacy skills development?
  6. 6. How can you help develop student skills? All freely available to use or adapt as needed
  7. 7. Lecturer Webpages: examples of use
  8. 8. Demo and exploreFollow this link to explore thepages yourself:http://library.leeds.ac.uk/skills-lecturers
  9. 9. Quick discussion points 1. Would you/have you considered making your teaching resources freely available? 2. Do you think this could raise your profile with academics, encouraging engagement? 3. Any other thoughts/comments?

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